Is it possible to use treat-focused holidays like Halloween as a teaching tool for your kids’ long-term eating habits—an excuse to actually improve their relationship with food? Absolutely!
Why this is just as important – or more – than your child’s nutrition.
Sarah Remmer, RD is a mom of three, a Registered Dietitian and owner of a nutrition consulting and communications company based in Calgary, AB.
This week we’re looking beyond the beloved banana, at some of the other sunshine-hued foods that can give baby’s nutrition a boost and expand their palette.
It’s no secret that dark leafy greens are good for us. But have you ever wondered what the benefits for baby really are?
You may have heard the saying, “Food before one is just for fun.” And to a large extent, that’s true. Here’s a list of the top 12 nutrients important for proper development:
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